In his TV debut, Jamie Kilstein brings scathing commentary to Conan

By | February 3, 2011 at 12:19 pm | One comment | Audio/Video, News, TV/Movies | Tags: , , ,

Conan O’Brien has a history of exposing not-quite-mainstream music to the masses via his late night show (now shows)– Slipknot, Bad Religion, anyone? He’s doing the same with comedy.

On Tuesday, Jamie Kilstein — a comedian Punchline Magazine in 2008, told you dudes to watch — made his television debut on Conan. And instead of massaging his five-minute set to better fill the mold of popular television, Kilstein pretty much did what he always does; that is, he delivered some scathing social commentary and made it funny. Check it below and tell us what you think.

After the jump, let’s flashback to 2008 to see what we had to say about Kilstein.


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  • Michael Yoder

    Haha! Funny set, I liked the topics and the delivery

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